Michele Hays's blog
I am well aware of the difficult budget climate in District 65, and I applaud our school board for serving the community at such a challenging time.
I can't tell you all how distressed I am to hear a report that legally-placed political yard signs are being removed from people's property without their permission.
While I hope that this is small children who don't know any better, I would also hope that an effort is being made to educate children on how important this right is to our community.
I would like to share the following email I sent to City Council:
No good deed goes unpunished: as layman who actively participates in government, my home phone number (and occasionally my cell phone) is apparently on the radar of nearly every local campaign. I had no less than five political calls yesterday - most in the space of two hours - three of them robo-calls, and two from call centers whose caller ID showed the name of the candidate they r
Plans are well underway to make sure Brummel Park in Southeast Evanston and Northeast Rogers Park have a safe Halloween.
Brummel Park Neighbors Steering Committee Meets 4 times yearly on the last Saturday of October, January, April and July at 2pm at the Howard Street Police Outpost unless otherwise posted.
The Brummel Park Neighbors Steering Committee will meet at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan.26, at the Howard Street Police Outpost.